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Surga Villas, with their luxurious reinterpretation of local Balinese architecture, mix of traditional and modern artifacts and serene location, provide the perfect backdrop for rest and recuperation. Each villa is individually designed to cater for your holiday ideal. Choose between a villa designed for entertaining, an ultimate family retreat, or an idyllic haven for those who crave something out of the ordinary.
Three luxury private villas, Two, four bedroom villas and One, five bedroom villa
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Please be informed that Bali island celebrates Nyepi (Silent) Day each year on below dates. The Nyepi (Silent) Day is a day of absolute silence throughout the island. No outdoor activities are allowed including check in and check out from hotels.March 12, 2013 | March 31, 2014 | March 21, 2015 | March 9, 2016 | March 28, 2017. For more information about events in Bali, visit http://blog.baliwww.com and http://baliwww.com/event/
Four Bedroom Villa
Villa Gia is a composite of three separately roofed buildings intertwined with unusual wooden staircases. It is comprised of four ample air-conditioned bedrooms, a lounge, a dining room, and a modern kitchen bracketing the sides of the enormous living room. There is also a Jacuzzi and a swimming pool.
Traditional Balinese fabrics adorn the villa, as do many Balinese artifacts, including numerous pabuan (boxes traditionally used to contain the different components of temple offerings.)
On entering the house one arrives in the main living area, open on three sides and overlooking the garden, with a back wall providing privacy. The room is decorated with a strong mélange of ethnic Balinese and modern furnishings. Overflowing into the swimming pool, the Jacuzzi tub serves as the focal point of the room.
The upper floor of the north building holds the spacious master bedroom that features an ensuite bathroom and considerable built-in cupboard space. A wooden ladder leads up to a cushioned loft, and beneath the loft is a writing desk and chair and on the other side of the room, a corner sofa is bejeweled with delicate Batik cushions. Downstairs are two further bedrooms with ensuite bathroom, complete with tropical plants. The third bedroom boasts double French doors lead to a seating terrace, shaded by the overhang of the alang-alang roof. The teak bed has its own mosquito canopy and is stylishly decorated with ikat fabrics, a traditional style of weaving from North Bali. An ensuite bathroom with an outdoor garden is off to one side.
The third building houses the lounge on the upper floor with kitchen and dining room below. The dining room is open on two sides to the outdoors providing a magnificent panoramic view of the grounds and swimming pool. The fourth bedroom features a king-sized bed with its own mosquito net canopy set on a polished wooden floor and paneling around the lower walls. Below the lounge lies the kitchen, featuring full modern amenities, and a semi-outdoors washroom.
Four bedroom Villa
The four-bedroom Villa Ohi is comprised of two elongated alang-alang (thatched) roofed structures linked by pale stepping-stones perched atop a large pond stocked with tropical fish.
Two of the four air-conditioned bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms are housed in each building. All the king sized bedrooms boast large glass-doors permitting the free circulation of air, whilst the main living spaces are naturally ventilated open structures.
The central structure of the compound is the building encompassing the living area. In the center of this structure, the extensive living room is furnished with four large daybeds prominently sunken to a lower level in the blond terrazzo flooring. Elegantly garnished with numerous soft cushioning and ceramics from Bali's neighboring island of Lombok, the room is an ideal spot for leisurely pastimes.
The formal dining area with seating for eight is located in a raised area at the north end of the room. A small corridor leads away from the eating area to a large western style fully equipped kitchen. At the southern end of the lounge, houses a large Jacuzzi room. Wide cream steps lead down from the living room to the swimming pool and patio area. The garden contains an outdoor bale (covered seating area,) the perfect spot for welcome shade, and sun lounges and parasols.
Five Bedroom Villa
The largest of the three villas, 2292m2 property, Villa Ki is a composite of five buildings. Four of these, containing the five air-conditioned king sized bedrooms, two kitchens, two dining areas and numerous relaxation spaces, encircle the freestanding lounge and swimming pool.
Rice terraces descend to meet the edge of the garden and the most pressing sound is the gentle rustling of the thatched roofs in the breeze. Villa Ki is an exceptionally peaceful retreat capturing the true essence of traditional Bali.
To the left side of the entrance pathway, the furthest building houses the master bedroom With antique Balinese carved doors open out into a delicious open-air bathroom where an enormous circular bath. Aged teak double doors lead to a paved passageway connecting the formal dining area with a rectangular dining table ideal for formal dinner parties and a comfortable dempat duduk (wide seat) for after-dinner entertainment. A spherical interior wall encloses a modern stylish kitchen, enabling staff to attend to your every whim.
The second and third bedrooms are housed in the third building structure. Both rooms have full-length windows and double sized glass-paneled doors, and each ensuite bathroom has an exquisite sunken bath and decorative tiled border. The bedrooms both have mosquito-canopies and the third bedroom boasts an antique four-poster bed.
A second kitchen, informal eating area and the fourth bedroom make up the ground floor of the most northern structure in the compound. Bleached wooden stairs lead up to the fifth bedroom that contains a magnificent four-poster bed tastefully decorated in deep purple fabrics to match the dark wood base.
A diagonal terrace levels with the top of the rice terraces and is a great spot to survey the rest of the property. Topped by a tiang (architectural crown,) the conical roofed structure of the main living area is supported by cream pillars. Distinctive furnishings include the rough-hewn wooden table and aged teak chests. A horseshoe couch makes a delightful shaded location from which to view the 60m kidney-shaped swimming pool, sun decks and garden seating below.
The EPHEMERAL RESTAURANT
To ensure that each day at the Villa is like a reinvented poem or a renewed dream, each of your meals will be taken in a different place, while constantly surprising you by the quality and inventiveness of our cuisine. This concept of ephemeral dining is found in all Khowan hotels.
Lunch in the shade of a tree in the garden, in the cool of your room lying lazily on your bed or on a sofa outside by the pool... In the evening, by candlelight in a secluded romantic recess, on big white cushions with your feet in the pool or in an unoccupied villa ... Between the 4 large tropical gardens, the landscaped swimming pools and small hide-outs scattered here and there, ideas for meal venues abound ! Your hosts will also surprise you by setting up a table in an unexpected secret location known only to them.
Our varied menus offer both tasty typical dishes and classical European dishes, with a subtle variation in flavours, ranging from quick snacks to nibble by the pool to complete gastronomical meals - something to please everyone whatever their activities, appetite or tastes. Our food is very moderately priced, in line with prices on the island, which means that guests can take all their meals at the Villa at a very reasonable cost.
The RESTAURANT “BAROQUE NIGHTS”
This new restaurant has recently opened at the Villa Mathis and complements the ephemeral dining concept which we already offer in the gardens of the villas. Here one sits comfortably in an area inspired by Italian baroque yet incorporating traditional materials such as the Alang-Alang which already covers the roofs of the villas. The gentle tinkling of the crystal, the solid, velvety, 18th century style chairs and the softness of the draperies are modernized by a bold choice of variegated patterns in white-gray-black.
Located above the Spa, and complete with a bar area offering a wide range of cocktails, the restaurant 'Baroque Nights' offers 'Fine Dining' prepared by our young chef. Every evening a different Tasting menu is complemented by an extensive wine list offering wines from around the world and accompanied by the strains of gentle and appropriate background music. Be they moments of intimacy or festivity, the Renaissance charm of this restaurant never fails to please !
WELL-BEING AND TREATMENTS in the SPA at the Villa Mathis
Begin by strolling through the exotic gardens of the villas, take the little secret passages, the Japanese stepping stones, and the small wooden bridges over water features, and let a feeling of total peace pervade your being. You will see how these magnificent, finely sculpted and well-maintained gardens naturally soothe the spirits and bring with them a freshness always welcome in the tropics. A little Zen conditioning before starting your wellness programme, which may take place in the spa, on the terrace of your room, in the gardens of the property or elsewhere, the choice is yours:
The Villa Mathis offers treatments and massages using traditional Balinese ancestral methods : Jamu cures. This technique consists of treatments using natural herbs without any chemical additives, the formulas for which have been passed on from generation to generation. This ancient tradition made its appearance long before modern pharmacology reached Indonesia; some of the formulas are hundreds of years old and are still used today (80% of the Indonesian population makes use of Jamu cures).
|Airport Transfer||: Yes|
|Check-Out||: 12: PM|
|Child Age from,to(Yrs)||: T To O|
|Distance from City Center||: 2.Km|
|Number of Restaurants||: 2|
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|Earliest Check-In||: 12: PM|
|Parking Available||: Yes|
|Room Services (Yes,No,24Hrs)||: Yes|
|Room Voltage||: 220|
|Time to Airport (minutes)||: 25|
|Year Hotel Built||: 2000|
|Year Hotel Last Renovation||: 2010|
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